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    Appointments to the Qld Academy of Sport Board
    The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) officially opened in 1991 as an initiative of the Queensland Government to assist talented athletes and coaches within the State to achieve excellence in their chosen sport and to foster their professional development. The QAS Board is an advisory committee established to advise and make recommendations to the Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport and

    Appointments to the Plumbing Industry Council
    The Plumbing Industry Council (PIC) is a statutory body established under the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002. The PIC administers the licensing system for plumbers and drainers, including the issuing of licences, investigation of complaints, disciplinary matters and promotes the acceptable standards of competence for the trade. The membership of the PIC expires on 28 February 2014 and the followi

    Decision RIS regulation of levees in Qld
    In its response to the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry Final Report, the State Government committed to implementing a state-wide regulatory framework for levees. The first phase of levee regulation, consisting of the development of a legislative framework for levees under the Water Act 2000, was passed by Parliament on 2 May 2013 as part of the Land, Water and Other Legislation Amendment B

    Supplementary Resourcing for Qld State Schools
    The Commonwealth Budget update in December 2013 showed an additional $794 million for investment in Queensland state schools from 2013–14 until 2016–17. Approximately $131 million of this funding is budgeted for the 2014 school year, with approximately $183 million in 2015, $299 million in 2016 and $180 million for the first half of 2017. Research supports targeting investment mainly at the early

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    12 May, 2016

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